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Friday, 17 May 2019

April Favourites!

Oof, April feels like such a long time ago now. I'm so behind on blog posts right now. You want to know why? Well, I took a break from blogging because, truthfully, I fell out of love with my blog. I had a Pipdig theme (if you aren't aware of the Pipdig scandal, search for them on Twitter and you'll soon be all caught up) and I didn't have the resources to install a new theme for a while. But, as some of you may have noticed, I now have a shiny new theme and I'm very much in love with my blog again. And excited to share some new posts with you all! But first, I gotta catch you up with my monthly regulars. So here's just a few of my favourite things from April...



Easter nails, baby. Decided to go for a Mini Eggs look this time around, in keeping with the main event in April and my love for chocolate. I was not disappointed. I got so many compliments on my nails, and people commenting that they look like Mini Eggs. Maybe they didn't realise that was my intention?
Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Woo Woo Intimate Care*


Woo Woo. Lady Garden. Vajayjay. Faj. Muff. Foof. What do you call it? 

Whatever you call it, our intimate area is a part of our body that is finally being given more attention when it comes to how we care for down there. From intimate washes to freshening wipes, hair removal creams to soothing balms, the intimate care market is a rapidly growing one. And new on the scene are Woo Woo*.
Monday, 13 May 2019

Caring For Your Glasses* || With Snapit


Hands up if you wear glasses. Now keep your hand up if you've ever suffered the agony of that teeny tiny little screw that holds your glasses together falling out. Frustrating, isn't it? If you're lucky enough to find the screw after it's fallen out in the first place, you've then got to go to the trouble of finding a small enough screwdriver. Which, it seems, you can only ever get in Christmas crackers. Am I right? Then you've got the super fiddly job of fitting the screw back in. It's a process that can take hours and, if you're anything like me, results in you resorting to taping your glasses back together instead.